Main Publications 

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Burns et al., 2020

Heterotrophic Carbon Fixation in a Salamander-Alga Symbiosis

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Burns et al. 2017

Transcriptome Analysis Illuminates the Nature of the Intracellular Interaction in a Vertebrate-Algal Symbiosis

Kerney et al. 2019

Co-Cultures of Oophila amblystomatis Between Ambystoma maculatum and Ambystoma gracile Hosts Show Host-Symbiont Fidelity

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Burns et al. 2015

Comparative Genomics of a Bacterivorous Green Alga Reveals Evolutionary Causalities and Consequences of Phago-Mixotrophic Mode of Nutrition

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Burns et al. 2018

 

Gene-based predictive models of trophic modes suggest Asgard archaea are not phagocytotic

Collaborative Work

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Bock and Charvet et al., 2021

 

Experimental identification and in silico prediction of bacterivory in green algae

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Tessler and Brugler et al., 2020

 

Ultra-gentle soft robotic fingers induce minimal transcriptomic response in a fragile marine animal

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Jimenez et al., 2021

 

No evidence of Phago-mixotropy in Micromonaspolaris (Mamiellophyceae), the Dominant Picophytoplankton Species in the Arctic

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Torruella et al., 2018

A complex functional gene set for the early-branching opisthosporidian Paraphelidum tribonemae.

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Burns et al., 2021

 

From intent to implementation: Factors affecting public involvement in life science research

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Cadiz et al., 2018

 

The chytrid fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, is widespread among Cuban amphibians

DNA Repair (Burns PhD Research)

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Burns et al. 2018

 

Nucleotide excision repair does not contribute to the genetic instability associated with loop or stem-loop DNA located within transcription units

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Nadkarni and Burns et al. 2017

Nucleotide excision repair and transcription-coupled DNA repair abrogate the impact of DNA damage on transcription

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Burns and Dreij et al., 2010

 

O6-Methylguanine induces altered proteins at the level of transcription in human cells.